un programa dedicado a Miles Davis especificamente sobre su musica para la pelicula Ascensor para el cadalso, de Louis Malle,1958. hppt://luzparamundosremotos.blogspot.com Topic: radio jazz miles davis
Somethin' Else is a 1958 album by jazz musician Julian "Cannonball" Adderley, regarded as a landmark album in the hard bop and cool styles. This LP is notable for the presence and prominent contributions of Miles Davis, in one of his few recording dates for Blue Note Records. Many critics and jazz fans consider Somethin' Else to be among the greatest jazz albums of all time. The Penguin Guide to Jazz selected this album as part of its suggested "Core Collection." Track... Topics: jazz, Cannonball Adderley, Miles Davis
Going for it big time with Stosch Dembitsky on guitar. ...Oh and Yorkunus on drums.....Jon PZ- keys/trumpet......Joel C. Waller....bass guitar......OUZA Jazzum Topics: Punk Jazz, Live, Miles Davis wanna be's
CD1 Set I Synth Intro 3:02 Price fixing in the Space Rock Market 17:12 Riff Fishing 21:32 Ace of Space 18:20 CD2 Lipstick Kangaroo 23:02 Set II Working Man's Space Rock Choice for the Night 19:43@ Samu's first Trip 16:03 @ Smoke another One 15:43@ CD3 Psychedelic Blues Caravan 19:46* The last blow out 13:49 Topic: improvised, space rock, miles davis, jazz, pscyhedelic Source: Audience>Edirol R-09 with Core SOund Cardiod microphones.
Spring Fund Drive Edition: Time to Feel Good 9:00p Joe Gilman Trio: Blue Rondo a la Turk - from Time Again: Brubeck Revisited, Vol. 1 9:06p Diana Krall: Love Me Like a Man - from The Girl In The Other Room 9:12p John Basile Quartet: Desmond Blue - from The Desmond Project 9:17p Gary Burton: Dance for Most of You - from Next Generation 9:23p Melody Gardot: Baby, I'm a Fool - from My One and Only Thrill 9:26p Ray Brown/Monty Alexander/Russell Malone: Fly Me to the Moon - from Ray Brown/Monty... Topics: jazz, swing, fund drive, Pizzarelli, Miles Davis
you know those days when the flow of things falls in sink along the way link by link ? far removed as i am today it almost should not matter, yet it is meaningful. watching people walk by one is keen to notice things. the little girl skipping on the coral ledge along the grassy dunes, the kid reclined against a moving tour bus on a skateboard . the afternoon has been lovely, sitting back the wind in my hair, its bliss really , you know how i love the light moving through the clouds and inow... Topics: solphax, miles davis, bernard purdie, art tatum
0.0 Doodlin': Dizzy Gillespie 6.30 Delilah: Clifford Brown 14.36 Thedia: Thad Jones 25.08 Bye Bye Blackbird: Miles Davis 32.59 Afrodisia: Kenny Dorham 38.02 St. Louis Blues: Louis Armstrong 46.55 Mox Nix: Art Farmer http://www.acejazzlibrary.co.nr/ Topics: gillespie, clifford brown, thad jones, miles davis, kenny dorham, miles davis, art farmer, louis...
Drummer Bandleader extraordinaire Bill Cobham interview with Jon Hammond for Jon's daily CBS Radio program HammondCast aka "Jon Hammond's Afternoon Slide" on radio KYCY and KYOU 1550AM. This interview took place in New York City during the IAJE jazz educators convention with some very special events celebrating French Jazz Musicians, 2 of the top French Jazz stars came to play on Billy Cobham Band - Didier Lockwood violin, Sylvan Luc guitar along with Victor Bailey on bass. Visit Bill... Topics: billy cobham, drums, mahavishnu, spectrum, miles davis, wienerschnitzel, jazz, fusion
http://www.1Take.TV This is a clip from The Rainbow Project's performance of Miles Davis' album 'The Birth of the Cool' at Torre Amat in Barcelona. Directed by Henric Hemmerlind and Georg Bungard, edited and produced by Jonah James, colour grade by Beatrice Black, audio production by Daniel Andres Ospina Lopez. distributed by TubeMogul. Topics: music, daniel andres ospina lopez, jonah james, miles davis, jazz
Gerry Gibbs & The Electric Thraser Orchestra celebrate the Music of Miles Davis circa '67-'75. Great trumpet work from Brian Swartz. Play List 10:00p 10:00p Jazzanova: Fedimes Flight (Kyotyo Jazz Massive Remix) - from Remixed 10:06p Jazzanova: That Night (Vikter Duplaix Remix) - from Remixed 10:12p Gotan Project: Queremos Paz - from La Revancha del Tango 10:18p Luisito Quintero: Aquilas Coisas Todas (Louie Vega Elements of Life Remix) - from Percussion Maddness Revisited 10:24p Joyce &... Topics: Gerry Gibbs, Miles Davis, Brian Swartz, acid jazz
Joey DeFrancesco talks about Larry Coryell, Jimmy Cobb, his new album 'Wonderful! Wonderful!' and learning to play trumpet by watching Miles Davis. Topics: Joey DeFrancesco, Hammond B3, Wonderful, Larry Coryell, Miles Davis
10:00p Sabrina Malheiros: A Terra De Ninguem-Sabrina Malheiros(Nicola Conte Rework) 10:06p Marcos Valle: Valeu (4 Hero Remix) 10:12p Sabrina Malheiros: Vibrasom [Vibrations] 10:18p Rosalia De Souza : Rio De Janeiro [Beatfanatic Remix] 10:23p Mario Biondi (re-worked by Alessandro Magnanini): No Mercy For Me 10:27p Russell Gunn: Love Requiem 10:33p Jean Carn: Free Love 10:37p Johnny Williams: Slow Motion (Pt. 1) 10:39p Leon Huff: I Ain't Jivin', I'm Jammin' 10:45p Dusty Springfield: Brand New Me... Topics: Miles Davis, Marcos Valle, KXJZ, Acid Jazz, Jazz
Concierto de AranjuezThe opening piece, taking up almost half the record, is an arrangement by Evans and Davis of the adagio movement of Concierto de Aranjuez, a concerto for guitar by the contemporary Spanish composer Joaquín Rodrigo. Following the faithful introduction of the concerto's guitar melody on flugelhorn, Evans' arrangement turns into a "quasi-symphonic, quasi-jazz world of sound", according to his biographer. The middle of the piece contains a "chorus" by... Topic: "Miles Davis""Sketches of Spain""Concierto de Aranjuez"
Birth of the Cool is a compilation album by American jazz musician Miles Davis, released in 1957 on Capitol Records.It compiles twelve songs recorded by Davis's nonet for the label over the course of three sessions during 1949 and 1950.Featuring unusual instrumentation and several notable musicians, the music consisted of innovative arrangements strongly inspired by classical music, and marked a major development in post-bebop jazz. As the title implies, these recordings are considered seminal... Topics: jazz, miles davis, complete birth of the cool
Birth of the Cool is a compilation album by American jazz musician Miles Davis, released in 1957 on Capitol Records. It compiles twelve songs recorded by Davis's nonet for the label over the course of three sessions during 1949 and 1950. Featuring unusual instrumentation and several notable musicians, the music consisted of innovative arrangements strongly inspired by classical music, and marked a major development in post-bebop jazz. As the title implies, these recordings are... Topics: jazz, miles davis, complete birth of the cool
The organ giant talks about working with Larry Coryell and Jimmy Cobb, as well as the influence of Miles Davis on his trumpet playing Topics: Joey DeFrancesco, Hammond B3, Wonderful, Larry Coryell, Miles Davis
A duo performance of the Miles Davis/Bill Evans composition "Blue In Green" by Doru Apreotesei (piano) and Jair-Rohm Parker Wells (NSD bass). Topics: nsd bass, miles davis, bill evans, piano, duo, improvised music, miles davis, bill evans, jazz,...